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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

INOT IN[ALL1BLE NOW AWJ NEVER'.
RBE,' REILAND SAYS AT CONVOCATIDNI

st Preacher DIe
ress Of Spring
"Religion AndI
Blible was not
is not infallible
'in his address
ay" at the stu
;nday morning.
'things that has
ccrred when mi
uipon the Bilble
iient in life an(
of life."
enld Reiland, wl
of his address
;elf ini no gentl
ist," was de
at religion is an~e
we are living a
nins an active
long as we reg
The sooner we
it religion is
rantee us a
the gates ofd
fe, the more reli
nd the greater
our civilization,'
na~lysis of the"'
Jon,, to pint the

elivers Cloning
Series. Oi
Today"
'OMMITTE
infallible yes-
now, and will
said Rev. Karl
son "Religion
udents' convo-
"One of the
ppened to re-
nen. were forc-
as the infall-

ly, is a life-our life," hie continued.
"It means to us only what one gets
out of the present life, what one is,
and whjat one does. We sing about
eternity in glowing terms, and as 1f
we welcome it, but in reality none
of us are anxious to get to it. The
greatest gift that life has to give
is the demand that it makes on us-
that demand that draws the real self
out to meet the problems with which'
wie are fa;ed,"
" Unless wve stand and know that
life is a biological evolution," hie con-
tinuied, "we cannot knowi~ where 'we
are v.iiritually today. Th1is scientific

DaytonPhysicia
To Lecture Here
Oan New Infection
Dr, G i alter M.Vim8111) on, lpatblologist
at the Miami Valley !ire::Til, D ayt on,
Ouio, will give a leci m,:, at. 8 o'clock,
Friday i ighlt, in oom 152,;, East ledi-
emia Js a, rehliti voly II(115(diseasewllichl
is cariejd principa lly b~y wild rabbit);1
and thios who aai-( l~c:ed( by it. are
usually exposed to ;an infection whlile
dressing or eatinxg wild rabbit s whiicli
have her.l the disease.
, Dr. Simpson has carried' on ex-
tenlsive ex.perimentation with thle (is-
ease, bying; handled many cases

plans Ar1 e Formulated[ For International meinal sto just what form as th e
sactua l house would take. It. "sSu:-
F House After Many Express D esire For Itgeedhovrhaanditn
ulight be attached to the rear of Laue
l~lUigthe piresent foreig11 stir-
flan, were .for mulated at a meet- 190) men students enrolled answers dent ]headqtuarters; as the clul) P001115
ing at, Lanie 1w1l last night for were procured from 116, rep~resenting for the, hous e. It is expected that,
proc iii g a in eri a Ijon l h use f~r 24 countries. o f this iu m bhe ri 42 per l________________________________
cenit had ibeen in the U~niver sity' less I_______________________
AnnAi oysimlarin anyway ~than a year. The results of this ques-I
E lhe now fa 1101iis it ion ini Now tionnaire show a lively intereszt by the
york cityN. (i it raft on, secret ary Ifol cignrs, 93 per cent saying theyx
of I-h Student(01 Christian associaii 101, wouild plrefer rooming where wider
I aid that Ole foreign si t ide t s of the( contiacts are possible than their own
University hand- shown it inkde- Iracial "group p rovides. lDiscrimination T 1
sire to have this son.r of a hou~lse, and~ of many Ann tal bor land-ladies caiuses i
Ehi f ron resent indlications the students from other countries some l31.AIF EIEs
probleml of finan'cing it after erectioii ha idslnps i curigstsfcoy2:0 awln3:30)
would b 1 ile)imc , rooms, for 43 per cent indlicated that 11-;t-1
IThe meigisl aea a result they had (list inctly felt discrimination
'1 aft (ue Iiouna ire lis;t ril ht ed iy thte and cexperienced difficulties inl finding !3I1CfI(,_AN ST'A
tiUlllnt ( r:f ipa;.social;ion anion g rooming places.
iall the fo'insue ts. t of the* The re was nfo indication at the
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if' the attempt to raise money is suc-
cessful, there will he 120 to 140
rooms. Wh teli'."this project would
be unider tihe control of the Univer-
Sit y, the Studlent C hristian association,
or somic private organization is not yet
known.

LAB GAN
OWING
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mom
I

4E PIEETA114)N
fwU

id their under- approach gives un, the tunle standing whic~h have come up in this section of
ofwaIieiwati aadwa the country. Acctording to his reports,!
ho at the be- it shall 'be and gives UiS an Inder-,aiperson who hras recoveredl from such0
'inr infect ion i's imm ltine Ir oni furt-
ha d annountac- standing t Oftile reality-of things. Phis 1'
le terms as a is the heritage of the 1 reseu't day:te takbt.a e osrm
eveloping his, and we must utilize it." either.lpreventative 'or curative h!is]
element in the I The adres by R1everend 1Reiland i 5ee discovered.
at. present, and was the closin- cornvocat ion of thle 1)Z3. Sim pson was:1 formerly an 1aS-
_factor in our sprint; series that were asr rnged iun- ssa' n h tooydprmn
Bard it in. that dier the auspices of thie student cairn- at the Univ\esity of Michigan..
get ridl of the eil. The fall and sprint; series of this _______
here. in order i present year having been successful,
safe passage a committee has been appointed and M
death and into at present is nmaking plans for twvo.
gion will me~an series of convocations next year. John IW
r part' it will A. Snod gflra ss, '28SE, was chairman of!
,was the'gist' the committee f'or the two series just!'an
'place of relig-I completed and Frederick Asbeck, '29,1 r
is chair'man of the committee for nextf
matter direct- year,. n

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